Arun Thomas as a Nursing undergraduate at UniSA
A scholarship can change a life forever
Meet Sarah Nur. A proud Indonesian-Australian of Sasak descent. Her journey from a fishing village living in backpackers digs, to pursuing three maths and science degrees is a testament to the power of self-determination. This is how a girl from Lombok made her way to UniSA. more...
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Dr Caroline Burns
Revolutionising workplaces in the Asia-Pacific
Dr Caroline Burns is a trusted adviser and mentor for many colleagues and clients around the world. Caroline and her Workplace Revolution team have partnered with major corporate clients to support thriving businesses by optimising physical space to support their unique requirements and objectives. more...
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Mike Burgess
Gin with an environmentally-minded conscience
With help from UniSA’s ICC Venture Catalyst program, Lindon Lark and his business partner, Geordan Elliss, have established a premium, bespoke gin company – Blend Etiquette – on the back of their Snake Oil Tonics, all while completing their Studies at UniSA. more...
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Molecular Signalling Laboratory team
Vital funding for the deadliest cancers
A Research Associate at the Centre for Cancer Biology at the University of South Australia has been honoured with the 2019 Chris Adams UniSA Research Grant to support the Molecular Signalling Laboratory’s vital research into brain cancer. more...
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Jay Weatherill
The Evolution of Social Enterprise
Former Premier of South Australia, the Hon Jay Weatherill, is a newly appointed Industry Professor with the UniSA Business School and here explains the major global shift taking place within business: traditional organisations embracing the ethos of social enterprises. more...
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Alumni Events
UniSA Alumni Networking Evening - Shanghai
Get together with UniSA alums to celebrate the end of 2019, 6:30pm – 8:30pm, at the Intercontinental Shanghai Pudong. Please RSVP to Sara Jackson to confirm your attendance.
Fiona Tan: Ascent
The Samstag Museum of Art brings a concise selection of works by Fiona Tan to Adelaide for OzAsia Festival. Centering upon the Australian premiere of the 2016 work Ascent, this is the first significant presentation of the artist’s work in our country in ten years.
Activism Now
How has activism evolved and changed since women won the right to vote in the 1890s? What are the methods, the motivations, the outcomes? Activism Now explores contemporary activism through the stories of six self-identified women activists between the ages of 18 and 26.
MOD. Seven Siblings from the Future
Meet the siblings and help to shape the future of Eucalara through the choices that you make. SEVEN SIBLINGS FROM THE FUTURE asks what sort of future we want for South Australia. We consider the way that our personal values shape our decisions. How do these choices affect our community?
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